Where will Cam Robinson play for the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2017? - AL.com
When the Jacksonville Jaguars selected Cam Robinson in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft, there was speculation that Alabama's latest Outland Trophy winner would begin his pro career as a guard rather than play left offensive tackle, the position he held down for the Crimson Tide for three seasons. But as the holdout of Jacksonville's presumed left tackle, Branden Albert, dragged on into June, the rookie's chances of staying at left tackle seemed to increase.
The Jacksonville Jaguars’ pass protection wasn’t as bad as you think last year - BigCatCountry.com
There’s been a narrative going around that the Jaguars pass protection in 2016 was one of the reason’s Blake Bortles had a significant down year. That narrative isn’t exactly true. In fact, the Jaguars ranked around the middle of the NFL in terms of pass protection stats. Granted, there aren’t many true “stats” to grade an offensive lineman, but these offensive line stats from NFL.com and FootballOutsiders.com are telling.
Taking a look at the Jacksonville Jaguars’ tight end position for next season - FirstCoastNews.com
Jaguars beat writer Mike Kaye breaks down the tight end position entering training camp.